The BAKU Show
International Gallery Showing, Baku, Azerbaijan
de ©Daniel Sikorskyi
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My complete gallery showing at the International Festival of Fotography held in Baku, Azerbaijan. I was the only North American fotographer in the festival. This was an eight day event. Only the images shown in the gallery event are published in this book. Eleven of these images were published in the European fotography magazine ReFoto after the gallery showing...
Limited, signed 'gallery edition' prints are available on 16" x 20' paper size for purchase.
Características y detalles
- Categoría Fotografía artística
Cuadrado pequeño, 18×18 cm
- Fecha de publicación ago. 18, 2011
- Idioma English
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Off and running... ^_^ "Daniel has a strong, clear vision of his own. This is reflected in all aspects of his work, including the erotic. He is one of the few purists left in photography who works without the help of image manipulation." Karl Sprietz Austrain-Canadian film maker and artist. My fotography is visual improvisation in front of the lens. It is my interpretation of the moment whether captured or conjured. In recording my imagery the inspiration and attentiveness is made permanent by technology to give pleasure to many after I have tripped the shutter. Enough... Is it ever enough...?